Curiosity and wonder are part of our inherent, essential nature as human beings. Explore this quality of your inner nature, and also discover some of the barriers that shut down and limit your natural curiosity.
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These five afternoons introduce different aspects of the Diamond Approach in preparation for the new Diamond Heart UK group.
They take place on Saturday afternoons 2 May, 6 June, 4 July, 8 August and 5 September 2020, taught by Tejo Jourdan, Zarina Maiwandi and Dominic Liber.
You have zoom links for future meetings, and access to the video and audio recordings of past meetings about a week after each session completes.
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Contact or Questions
If you have any difficulties registering through this site, please contact Maphoko on firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have other questions about the group or the afternoons, please contact Linda on Linda@ridhwan.org.
Sliding Scale Fees
Given the challenges that the covid-19 situation is creating for many people, we have offered a deeply reduced lower rate. We ask that you only take it if you really need it – and if you do need it, please feel fully invited to take it! We also offer a supporter’s rate, inviting you to support others who need the reductions if you are able to pay more.
Standard Rate: £190
Lower rate: £120
Supporter rate: £260
Accessing the Course
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How does thinking we already know—who we are, what is happening around us, what reality is—get in the way of our opening to deeper mystery?
As we become curious about our experience and open to all that we don’t know, we can discover a sense of commitment to what is true in our experience. We can become steadfast, not easily knocked off course.
If we wish for the truth but cannot bear to face it when it arises, our life remains secure but stagnant. We need courage to come close to ourselves, especially when we’re scared or there is something difficult in our experience.
Most of us handle our suffering by shutting down our sensitivity. But doing so also cuts us off from the attuned kindness of an open heart. How else might we orient toward our innate human vulnerability?